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Products in Israel Cost 28% More than Global Average

in Economy & Innovation

According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, inflation in 2019 has only increased by 0.6%, which falls extraordinarily below expectations, which were predicted to increase between 1-3%.  In fact, for the past six years, Israel has not met its expected inflation rates, frustrating banks, economists, and creating a data-driven mess for the Israeli economy. With…

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13 Israeli Restaurants Makes Top 1,000 List

in Life, Culture & Sports/Tourism & Nature

Every season is foodie season, yet the culinary industry is in full peak. The annual top 1,000 restaurants release of La Liste just launched, and Israel has landed thirteen of those spots. The top three countries to claim the most spots are Japan with 130, France with 115, and the United States with 89. However,…

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Israeli Teen Makes History at Winter Olympics

in Life, Culture & Sports

Sixteen-year-old skier Noa Szollos made history for Israel in the 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games. Located in Lausanne, Switzerland, Szollos won two medals, bronze and silver, in the Alpine skiing and slalom events respectively. She competed against 62 other athletes spanning 30 countries, and is the first Israeli ever to take home a medal in…

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Gas Pipeline Approved Despite Environmental Concerns

in Health & Science

Set to start by mid-January, the Egypt and Israel gas alliance will begin pumping full steam ahead. After a long term process dedicated to crafting a signed deal in 2019, the leaders of Egypt and Israel agreed to transfer up to 7 billion cubic meters of gas through the Tamar and Leviathan structures. Additionally, leaders…

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Record-breaking Rainfall Leads to Heartbreaking Deaths

in Tourism & Nature

Only days after 2020 swooped in, biblical rain, or perhaps an extreme result of climate change, graced the lands of Israel. Within only a few hours, certain spots received 3.5 inches of rain, more than half of what the month of January typically averages. The country saw various degrees of flooding, which resulted in blocked…

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